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Our goal is to publish books that encourage ciritical thinking and constructive action on the key political, cultural, social, economic and ecological issues shaping life in the United States and in the world. In this way, we hope to give expression to a wide diversity of democratic social movements and to provide an alternative to the products of corporate publishing.
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Sisters of the Yam: Black Women and Self-Recovery, bell hooks
The Last Generation: Prose and Poetry, Cherríe Moraga
Reproductive Rights and Wrongs: The Global Politics of Population
Control, Betsy Hartmann
Mujeres, Sida YActivismo: The Spanish Edition of Women, AIDS, and
Activism, The ACT UP/NY Women & AIDS Book Group
Hear My Testimony: Maria Teresa Tula, Human Rights Activist of El
Salvador, Translated and edited by Lynn Stephen
Mediations: Forays Into the Culture and Gender Wars, Elayne Rapping
Memoir of a Race Traitor, Mab Segrest
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Publication information: Book title: Food for Our Grandmothers:Writings by Arab-American and Arab-Canadian Feminists. Contributors: Joanna Kadi - Editor. Publisher: South End Press. Place of publication: Boston. Publication year: 1994. Page number: 290.
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